Panasonic Eluga Arc: No kinks, but no USPs either

Being used to carrying Team Kgsr  5.5-inch smartphones, the Panasonic Eluga Arc with its four.7-inch screen regarded tiny. I was a chunk worried when I picked it up, specifically given that it’s miles as mild as a feather. However, I forged those apprehensions apart and determined to check it out. The phone seems elegant with a 2.5D curvature design. It sports activities a fingerprint sensor on the back simultaneously as the volume rocker, and the lock button is placed at the proper. It has a vibrant HD display, and the colors are colorful.

Under the hood, it houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor with 2GB of RAM. Now, this made me question Panasonic’s approach. Most telephones nowadays are popping out with higher processors, even in the low-rate section. Nevertheless, I positioned it to test. I began playing Asphalt: Nitro, however after the most effective half-hour, the smartphone started to heat a chunk. However, I didn’t face any lag. The phone works easily even simultaneously as using apps, including the camera app and YouTube.

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The interface is quite easy as properly. It runs Android 5.1 Lollipop and has a committed app drawer. The camera, however, is large unhappiness. It comes with an 8-megapixel (MP) number one and 5 MP secondary digicam. In this period of reduce-throat competition, an 8MP digital camera will never even garner interest, let alone stand out.

However, the telephone salvages itself with its 1,800 mAh battery and fingerprint sensor. The fingerprint sensor is pretty rapid, and registering one’s print is a breeze. And though the phone comes with a small battery, it plays nicely. At a complete rate, the telephone lasts for nearly 30 hours on mild-to-no utilization and half an afternoon on moderate utilization. Priced at Rs 12,490, the Panasonic Eluga Arc won’t grab any eyeballs but is properly acceptable for folks that need to move in for a smartphone without frills.

Pamela W. Holloway

Hipster-friendly zombie fan. Writer. Internet specialist. Bacon maven. Pop culture practitioner. Spent 2002-2010 developing strategies for saliva in the aftermarket. At the moment I'm supervising the production of mosquito repellent in Africa. Was quite successful at lecturing about acne in Cuba. At the moment I'm working with wieners in the aftermarket. A real dynamo when it comes to implementing Yugos in the UK. Spent 2001-2005 donating wooden trains in Pensacola, FL.

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